a long cloak or outer coat, esp. one made, lined, or trimmed with fur
Origin of pelisseFrench ; from Old French ; from Vulgar Latin pellicia, for pellicia (vestis) ; from Classical Latin pellicius, made of skins ; from pellis, a skin: for Indo-European base see fell
- A long cloak or outer robe, usually of fur or with a fur lining.
- A woman's loose light cloak, often with openings for the arms.
Origin of pelisseFrench, from Old French pelice, from Late Latin pellīcia, from Latin, feminine of pellīcius, made of skin, from pellis, skin; see pel-3 in Indo-European roots.